[Kde-imaging] Still waiting for the time when installing from SVN become easy
vardhman at gmail.com
Mon Dec 22 18:03:59 CET 2008
On Mon, Dec 22, 2008 at 12:08 PM, Kåre Särs <kare.sars at kolumbus.fi> wrote:
> On Sunday 21 December 2008, Vardhman Jain wrote:
> > Hi fellow devs,
> > I was peacefully working with my KDE4 installation of digikam and
> > something when wrong and my code wont compile any more. I decided to go
> > the steps again to have a fresh working space created. I didn't have
> > success. Since the pain is fresh, I wanted to write it down this time:
> > 1) Why Do I need KSane (I definitely don't have a scanner and I am not
> > planning to use it ever), I should be allowed to opt to not required it.
> If you don't have sane/libsane installed, KSane will not be compiled either
> Do you get a compile problem because of KSane?
CMake Error: An attempt was made to access a variable: KSANE_FOUND that has
not been defined. This variable is created by the FIND_PACKAGE command.
CMake version 1.6 always converted the variable name to upper-case, but this
behavior is no longer the case. To fix this you might need to set the cache
value of CMAKE_BACKWARDS_COMPATIBILITY to 1.6 or less. If you are writing a
CMake listfile, you should change the variable reference to use the case of
the argument to FIND_PACKAGE.
is the error, I got.
> > 2) libkexiv2 version required is > 0.5.0, I quickly checked I have 0.1.7
> > the latest available is some 0.1.9 I am the only one confused with
> > versioning number
> > I would find these package okay to install by the configure/make/install
> > method but it would be great if simply sudo apt-get install libkexiv2
> > worked.
> > regards,
> > Vardhman
> Kåre Särs
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